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Is there a way to fix CRJAZ8201E without reindexing?

Michael Alberda (2311042) | asked Oct 31 '18, 4:54 a.m.
edited Oct 31 '18, 9:02 a.m.
Good Day,

We recently had a number of network problems which resulted in issues with our indexes. We managed to resolve most of them however, when we try and search for a work item name, we receive "CRJAZ8201E: Could not execute query ( [Text: tesegag] [Constrain Type:] [ID: null] [Type: null] [Search Scope: ] )". The search works when using the ID.

Everything points to re-indexing, however, this would require a change and downtime so it cannot be done immediately. Is there a possible workaround to fix this error?

Kind Regards,

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Kevin Ramer (4.5k6177196) | answered Oct 31 '18, 11:11 a.m.
Depending on how one would care about "recently modified" work items and how many work items exist, I've used Ralph's Work Item Command Line to effect a non-invasive touch on work items by adding or removing a subscriber. 

For example,  some of our projects have automation which creates work items using a particular ID,  so I got the work item ids and removed the creator as subscriber to make the search index refresh.   In another case I just added that id as subscriber.

Sort of like this ( after having launched wcl as /rmiServer, not necessary but much faster )

while read ID; do
./ -update /ignoreErrors /rmiClient=//nc9042036069:4096/WCL repository="https://rtp-rtc69443/jazz" user=tdsc password=passw0rd internalSubscriptions:add=tdsc id=$ID

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